Integrating Unified Communications Solutions with Legacy Systems Is Not Worth It
In today’s quickly changing digital world, technology seems to outpace a business's ability to keep up, leading to operating systems and infrastructure that become obsolete or outdated in record time. To maintain a competitive edge, companies understand the need to modernize these legacy systems or get left behind.
According to Data Science Central, 44% of CIOs believe legacy systems represent a major barrier to their company's growth.
One of the business solutions gaining tremendous ground is the new breed of unified communication solutions like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Workspace, and others. These systems integrate all the forms of communication and collaboration, such as messaging, voice, videoconferencing, mobile applications, and document sharing, all with one common interface.
As these solutions become standard, businesses in Southlake, TX, are looking to integrate them with their legacy systems, including video conferencing and older telephony solutions. And that’s where the problems begin.
Here are the reasons this integration does not always work as planned. To find out more about the best way to integrate unified communications solutions into your Dallas-Ft. Worth business, contact Texadia Systems.